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regarding healthcare, access to healthcare, and denial of healthcare? will that happen based on a ?erson's political believes these questions will be considered out of bounds one week ago. today, these questions are considered more than reasonable. and more than fair for the american people. what you will hear our state tories of common people from across the united states and wanted to be able to access their free speech rights as american citizens, but they were denied those rights because their tax status was denied in order to be able to speak out as an organization. we collected an impressive group of individuals that have very important things to say to you today. we have members of the united states senate, house of representatives, the most poorly we will hear from those people who were victimized by this administration, and this administration's policies. what -- i like to ask mitch mcconnell to come to the podium. thank you. >> thank you. as eric wilson from kentucky is here, i first heard about this issue from him in the summer of 2012. i made a speech about the threat of the
, sources now say the irs official in charge during tea party targeting now runs healthcare office and is now responsible is for healthcare legislation. sara ha hall ingraham served as commissioner of the office responsible for tax exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012. mike emanuel is live capitol hill. >> congressional sources confirm that sarah hall ingraham is now leading the office that handles the healthcare law under the new healthcare law there is tremendous power for the irs in terms of enforcement, going after companies that don't implement the law. that don't go along with it it there is also fee collection. so one of the things that people up here on capitol hill are concerned about is they think the american public doesn't realize the full breath of the power, if you will, of the irs, shep. >> shepard: right, mike. i wonder what we are expecting in this hearing tomorrow. >> expect it to be tough. there will be a fair amount of no we didn't, yes, you did, as you have the inspector general sitting next to the outgoing acting commissioner leading republicans are sayi
litigation. it also for some to pay u.s. states $10 billion a year to help -- for healthcare compensation. after the buyout, many farmers in kentucky turned to other products, such as dairy. most of the money the state receives from the agreement has been spent on retraining them. despite its dependency on tobacco, kentucky spends $2.1 million annually on anti- smoking programs. the cdc says more than $57 million is needed to be effective. this doctor has been pushing for a smoking ban in kentucky. she says tobacco lobbyist in the kentucky farm bureau have convinced state politicians to reject anti-smoking legislation. >> seven out of 10 kentuckians say we should have this law. it is not that the public does not want it. it is the power of the special interests. it is certainly the political will that we need in frankfurt to make a difference. aftern james is taking his father and working on this farm, but not relying on tobacco to make money. he is using the land to diversify into other agricultural production, and he is betting on a smoke-free future. al jazeera, kentucky. >> cuba's ong
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repair to healthcare written by people just like you. with angie's list, i know who to call, and i know the results will be fantastic. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. fa. >>> more now on the scandal that has gripped the country. the irs seeking tax exemptions has nonprofits. congress, the treasury department's inspector general and the irs, itself, are among those investigating the matter. those that were unfairly targeted are weighing legal action. how the irs looked for groups it thought might be violating the rules. it did so with an apparent political motive, essentially hand picking groups that had terms like "tea party" or "patriot" in their application. of the 300 groups the irs singled out for heightened review, about 25% of them featured those words in their paperwork according to agency officials. in the end, none of them were found to have violated any rules. in fact, not a single one of them have had their applications turned down to this point, although some reviews are still ongoing. if the words "tea party" and "patriot" are what you're screening for, it's hardly a
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do with healthcare is another difficult one. but it shows me two things. one is how that it is possible to horse trade a compromise and negotiate. it shows how impossible it is to do it in public. >> really? yeah. >> if we were doing this in public, there would be a thousand outside activist groups on all ends of the political spectrum attacking every little part. >> at some point, you will have to -- >> yeah. we absolutely do. i hope we are able to get something done soon. the senate is moving on quickly. >> bill: i think they have another hearing a mark-up in the judiciary committee. can you tell us who the other members of your gang of 8 are? >> the democrats are zo love, javier bassier and louise getteres of illinois. on the republican siteside john carter and sam johnson from texas and maurice diaz bellard from florida and recall labarador from ohio. >> are any of them in the leadership? the four republicans? >> no. none of them are in the leadership but recall labrador is one of the key players because he represents the younger tea
this woman at the head of obama care. the sensitive healthcare information we're going to trust our healthcare information with this woman? that's what tea party groups are saying. >> enforced it for people who were not complying. >> tucker: you didn't listen to the president in his commencement address you would have to be a crackpot. government your friend. anyone who thinks otherwise is paranoid and crazy and outside the mainstream. big data is a real concern. not just business. federal government, gun registry, obama care and a lot of information. we have to trust it's being used in a fair judicious way and it's not we're learning. >> alisyn: just because i'm paranoid doesn't mean i'm rgt tad? that ghooms play. get to the headlines and tell you what else is happening at this hour. we know the identity of the hofstra student killed in a terrifying home invasion. a masked gunman broke into the off campus home of andrea robelo held jessica and hostage sending a third woman to an atm to get money. that woman called police. when police arrived, gunshots rang out leaving rebello and g
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, they are paramount. as baby boomers age, the cost of healthcare will continue to increase. a study from the banner corporation stated that the cause of dementia care is projected to double over the next 30 years. it would surpass heart disease and cancer. without a way to prevent or cure or treat dementia, it will be difficult if not impossible to rein in costs. science has confronted similar health challenges in the past and has rebuilt. economists projected polio would cost $100 billion a year. in the face of this challenge, medical research produced a solution to this devastating disease and polio is being eradicated worldwide. we confront difficult spending choices. i believe we must prioritize our commitment to nih. without adequate and support for medical research, trainees will be driven from medical fields or into the arms of our global competitors. last year, china's government pledged to increase basic research investment by 26% and will contribute more than $300 billion to biotechnology over the next five years. in the last five years, in the last five years, china's we risk losing a ge
illegal himwoer he provided insurance, healthcare, and people working for him for 30 years, and he could not win a contract and he is about to go out of business. i can say to you you can have too much workers and it could adversely impact wages. a professor at harvard, and acknowledged expert on this, as demonstrated just how much wages are pulled down, in some instances as much as $1600 a year, and that is a substantial difference for a working american making $20,000. that is more than $100 a month. ouress i am saying what is growth prospect? i mentioned the cbo numbers. blue chip consensus -- most of us have heard of blue chip -- is an average of 55 private economic forecasters who are predicting gdp growth below 3% in the future and only 2.5% between the out years, 2020 and 2024. academic economists are predicting that. the day before yesterday, "the wall street journal" published their survey of 52 economists that predict steady but slow economic growth which means slow job creation. "the wall street journal" says "i just for population growth and it will take nine more years to re
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